The game is all in how it’s played. Anyone that loves football has probably yelled at the television in frustration after a bad call. We all sometimes wish that we could replace the coach and get a chance to call the shots – or better yet, create a whole new team with your favorite players! … Read More
Giving back on Grandparents’ Day is a way for kids to say “thank you” and celebrate the relationships they share with their grandparents. This may include an invite to their elementary school to share in classroom activities, a lunch outing, or a trip to a local zoo or other event. … Read More
Working hard by hardly working celebration on Labor Day. It’s an American tradition, officially recognized in 1894, to celebrate all of the workers who’ve made our country great. As a retiree, it is also a day to celebrate the contributions YOU have made to our nation and your community.
Observed on the first Monday in September, Labor Day was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century and eventually recognized by President Grover Cleveland as an official federal holiday for working people on September 5, 1894.… Read More
To get moving is always a great notion, but doing so may take some incentive! We all know how important regular exercise is to maintaining strong bones and good health as we age. But with age often comes joint pain, muscle stiffness and reduced flexibility or mobility. It can be difficult to maintain a regular exercise regimen in your senior years, and it is particularly challenging for seniors with limited mobility. However, doing so is proven to maintain (and even improve) physical and mental acuity. … Read More
Protein intake increase can have amazing results with little effort. We all have that friend with thick, shiny hair, long fingernails, toned muscles, and smooth skin. Bonus if they’ve never had a broken bone! So, maybe they work out every day and have a genetic disposition for their other fine traits. However, there’s a good chance they also eat healthy proteins every day. For seniors, incorporating this healthy nutrient into your diet at least twice a day is particularly important.